Lee Rider Jean
Lee’s new take on its Rider Jean comes in two fits. Courtesy of Lee

We love a throwback. Especially when it features some modern bonuses. Which is why Lee's latest offering is so exciting.

The denim brand just updated its Rider Jean. The jean debuted in 1947 as the first jean designed to fit women's bodies. It was an improvement on the original men's 101 Rider cowboy jean from 1924.

Lee's new incarnation includes two versions. There's the mid-rise Rider Classic Jean with straight legs and a relaxed fit. Whereas the Rider Slim Straight Jean is also a mid-rise jean with straight legs, but with a slimmer leg fit.

"This new iteration of one of our original jeans takes the best of our heritage — beautiful fabric, iconic details and trim — and combines it with a modern fit that we think today's woman will wear anywhere," says Lee's Vice-President of Global Design Betty Madden.

The jeans range between $88 and $108 and come in sizes 24 to 35 and four different washes. You can shop them on Lee-owned websites and in stores along with retailers like Anthropologie and Nuuly.

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